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South West storms clue to 'milky' sea water

Marine scientists are investigating a link between "milky" sea water off the South West coast and storms churning up the seabed.

Divers and fishermen reported the seawater in the Channel had a "milky" appearance prompting the Plymouth Marine Laboratory investigation.

BBC South West Environment Correspondent Adrian Campbell reports on how a "huge amount" of sediment has entered the water and its effects on fishermen.

  • 08 Apr 2014
  • From the section England
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